Bashers, Gadgets and Mourners – the life and times of the LNWR Coal Tanks
Bashers, Gadgets and Mourners
the life and times of the LNWR Coal Tanks
A new book written by Peter W. Skellon about the 0-6-2 tank locomotives, known as Coal Tanks, and particularly about No.1054, which started life in preservation in a temporary home at the Railway Preservation Society, West Midlands branch at Hednesford, Staffs. This was, of course, the forerunner of today’s Chasewater Light Railway and Museum.
For anyone interested in purchasing a copy, the address and details are given above.
No.1054 at Hednesford in the early 1960s
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